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  • Larry Orr

    .41 Caliber Lever Action Navy Pistol manufactured by the Volcanic Repeating Arms Co., in 1856-1857. The Volcanic Repeating Arms Co., made an estimated 1500 Navy pistols with 8-inch barrels between 1855 and 1857

  • KC82

    Volcanic lever action pistol. The powder charge was in the projectile and fired by striking a primer. There were no "cases". .41 caliber

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